In an attempt to keep them on the platform and to make scrolling through those endless photos easy, Instagram has now launched the new offline mode which will work without an internet connection.
Instagram users in regions where internet connectivity is low will now be able to access the services even while offline. It may be because you're in a rush, or because the idyllic scenery you're shooting is so remote there isn't a data connection. It is possible using Read support which let Instagram developers unlock the offline consumption and stores the content in zipped version. Or you know, maybe you'll go camping one day and need to get in some fresh, fresh likes.
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This is how it works according to an Instagram engineer, Hendri: You will be able to see content previously loaded in your Instagram field while you were online. The company is now testing on the Android Beta version, and it will roll out soon for all Android users and iOS users. The company said they are working on iOS version. Apparently 80 percent of Instagram's 600 million users are outside the US.
You will be able to save any posts to your own personal collection, as well being able to create your own new posts and save drafts. Once your phone has internet again, your actions will be uploaded to Instagram's servers. And apart from these, you can view older versions of your profile as well as the Explore tab. We can expect this Instagram feature to be rolled out soon as Snapchat supports the same.